October 25, 2014
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - New Tennessee coach Ken Whisenhunt says the one thing he's learned about the NFL is the importance of chemistry, and he decided the Titans were the best fit for his second chance to run a team.
The Titans introduced Whisenhunt on Tuesday as their 17th head coach and only their third different coach since moving to Tennessee.
Whisenhunt says he hit it off quickly with general manager Ruston Webster. He also had interest from Detroit and Cleveland.
Webster says it was a fast and furious process picking a new coach after parting with Mike Munchak on Jan. 4. The general manager says he thinks Whisenhunt is an excellent fit for the Titans in creating a new culture.
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